Modelling the Common Ground for Discourse Particles

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ZYMLA, Mark-Matthias, Maike MÜLLER, Miriam BUTT, 2015. Modelling the Common Ground for Discourse Particles. The 20th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference : LFG15. Tokyo, Japan, Jul 18, 2015 - Jul 20, 2015. In: KING, Tracy Holloway, ed., Miriam BUTT, ed.. Proceedings of the LFG15 Conference. Stanford:CSLI Publications, pp. 420-440. ISSN 1098-6782

@inproceedings{Zymla2015Model-33311, title={Modelling the Common Ground for Discourse Particles}, url={http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/20/papers/lfg15zymlaetal.pdf}, year={2015}, issn={1098-6782}, address={Stanford}, publisher={CSLI Publications}, booktitle={Proceedings of the LFG15 Conference}, pages={420--440}, editor={King, Tracy Holloway and Butt, Miriam}, author={Zymla, Mark-Matthias and Müller, Maike and Butt, Miriam} }

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